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User20718
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Dear all,

I'm using a TC375 LiteKit board and want to display some data over time using the OneEye Oscilloscope widget. I found some description how to do this (https://www.infineon.com/dgdl/Infineon-AURIX_OneEye_DAS_Oscilloscope_1_KIT_TC387_TFT-TR-Training-v01...). However, the described Ifx functions (like Ifx_Osci_init()) is not part of my iLLD library. It seems to me you have to instrument you code in a certain way that OneEye can display data in the oscilloscope widget. I guess it is a certain array needed that collects data before it's hand over to OneEye.
Also I couldn't find the file on the path Library/OneEye/Ifx_Osci_Cfg.h on my computer (using AurixDevStudio 1.7.2 and OneEye 2.48 - because the latest OneEye 2.50 seems not be supported by the AurixDevStudio 😞 ).

Finally I also couldn't find the DAS-OneEye example in the internet that is mentioned in the document above. That is something that surprise me because all the other examples are usually easy to find and copy.

Anyone already created a configuration that is using the oscilloscope widgets and instrumented the code for doing this?

Best Regards

Markus

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dw
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Hi,

You can open ADS, and in menu bar, click "FILE" and "IMPORT", then you can import from the repository of Infineon. Above screenshot is for your reference.

Otherwise, you could download the source from github in below link:

https://github.com/Infineon/AURIX_code_examples/tree/master/code_examples

dw

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dw
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Hi,

You can open ADS, and in menu bar, click "FILE" and "IMPORT", then you can import from the repository of Infineon. Above screenshot is for your reference.

Otherwise, you could download the source from github in below link:

https://github.com/Infineon/AURIX_code_examples/tree/master/code_examples

dw

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